No matter how much an employer wants their employees to put the business first, it’s not realistic.
Occasionally, there may be moments when people need to come in early, stay late, or work weekends.
There may be moments when tasks need to be distributed to the workload of more employees.
Except, it’s all to be done periodically.
Employees want to feel that their personal life is just as important as their work life.
There is a correlation between workplace leadership and the well-being of its employees; Specifically, that life goes on outside of the workplace. Things that managers and employers need to consider before placing such high expectations on their employees.
A good leader thinks of their employees as people first, ahead of their skills.
Leaders treat their employees with respect and understanding that there are important needs outside of the office, too.
When leaders treat their employees with the dignity they deserve, everyone wins.